I think compromise is the name of the game and it must be a two way street. Too often I think it is a one way street.
Yes, some do have a problem understanding and accepting that two become one...
Marriage involves sharing and responsibility; part of the deal we sign up to.<br />
But to keep functioning well most of us also need time to ourselves to think, introspect, relax, recreate, play or follow a hobby or interest.<br />
You don't have to give up all privacy, share all feelings, or be on tap 24/7 - but to set your limits and get more of your own needs fulfilled you may need to assert your rights.<br />
I wouldn't be afraid of have a fight with my spouse to achieve fairness.
married people are one person in my eyes. they may be rose-tinted.<br />
So i'd say nothing belongs to one half that doesn't belong to the whole.
She's smothering you. I understand in the beginning that partners are trying to get to know each other but, when your around someone twenty-four hours a day... what do you have to talk about?
I say is he happy?
I think both people husband and wife should have their own seperate interests as well as interests that they enjoy doing together